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The combined moving wall-oscillating flow model applied to the Sprague-Dawley rat lung. The red spheres indicate locations where particle deposition has occurred, the size of the spheres is indicative of the number of particles deposited.
  
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Application: Accurate Lung Wodel Will Allow Asthmatics to Breathe Easy
Posted Tue July 30, 2013 @03:38PM
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Application Curtin University researchers have taken large strides towards revolutionising drug delivery for asthmatics and people with lung diseases, potentially saving thousands of lives and millions of dollars.

Associate Professor Ben Mullins from the School of Public Health and lead researcher on the project, said respiratory illnesses were the most common causes of death in people over 65 years.

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